Mr. Amedee is a native of New Orleans and graduated from Jesuit High School in 1990. He then went on to attend Louisiana State University, obtaining a Bachelor of Art in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism and a minor in Marketing in 1995. Christian served in the United States Marine Corps as a sniper, squad leader, and rifleman. 

Mr. Amedee grew up working in the family business of developing and renovating properties in the greater New Orleans area. His emphasis was historic building preservation in the French Quarter and Garden District. During this time Christian learned he had a forte for seeing value in projects and being able to marshal the required resources to bring projects to successful completion. Additionally, Christian realized early on in his career that assembling the right team for a project was crucial to its success. Christian perfected the art of taking projects from vision to reality. He mastered the abilities to secure financing, ensure economic viability through market research, manage construction crews, obtain the appropriate and necessary materials, and meet with perspective buyers. 

Christian conceived NOLA Oil Terminal while working as a General Contractor and building an addition to a petrochemical laboratory in St. Rose, LA. Christian realized during this project there was a niche in the petrochemical market for a liquid terminal capable of efficiently storing and transferring petrochemical products into ocean going vessels for export. He then set out, based on his vision, to acquire the best real estate, surround himself with the most qualified and skilled professionals to get the project off the ground, and work tirelessly and fearlessly to obtain the first petrochemical permit in 42 years in lower Plaquemines Parish. 

Christian is a man of honor, integrity and undying loyalty to those around him. His work ethic and character are unmatched. It is these qualities that have made him the successful businessman, father and entrepreneur that he is today. He will continue to bring these values and habits to NOLA Oil Terminal and see to its successful completion.